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OFCCP Audit Scheduling Letters Approved

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has finally approved the OFCCP audit Scheduling Letters, including those for Compliance Checks and Focused Reviews. The OMB made several revisions to the OFCCP’s proposed changes for the letters submitted back in June 2019. This resulted in the newly approved audit scheduling letters being largely unchanged from those [...]

Affirmative Action Plan Verification Initiative

In 2016 the Government Accountability Office found that “close to 85 percent of contractor establishments did not submit a written AAP within 30 days of receiving a scheduling letter.”  The OFCCP is concerned about what they call “free riders,” or contractors that do not complete an annual Affirmative Action Program (AAP) due to the relatively [...]

Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letter (CSAL) Update

750 CSAL letters were mailed to federal contractors on September 7, 2018.  This included 445 companies.  Please be on the watch for the CSALs in your organization and notify your Maly Consultant if you receive one.  Remember that CSALs are not necessarily mailed to the headquarters office because they are only mailed to the location [...]

Requesting Extensions to Submit AAP(s) and Supporting Data

The OFCCP released information about their policy for approving requests for extensions during OFCCP compliance reviews.  Contractors have 30 days to provide AAPs and supporting data in response to the OFCCP’s audit scheduling letter and will be contacted by the OFCCP within 15 days to establish point of contact, audit requirements, and discuss extensions.  The [...]

By | September 11th, 2018|Categories: MALY News Report, News & Events|Tags: , , |

Supplement to OFCCP’s Methodology for Developing the Audit List

In addition to the recent CSAL mailing, the OFCCP released their methodology for developing this list.  The OFCCP compiled the supplement list by taking the remaining establishments eligible for a compliance review that did not receive a CSAL earlier this year and removed all establishments that had contracts expiring before January 1, 2019.  This supplemental [...]